• Phone : (207) 594-5166
  • Address : 8 North Main St. Rockland ME 04841

This is Georges River Land Trust.

Our goals are to conserve land, protect resources and habitat, provide recreational opportunities, promote health, and educate about the intersection of art and nature and how to be good stewards of both. Please join us.

Latest News

Hunting On Preserves/Trails

The 2021 hunting season starts October 23rd and runs through December 11th, except Sundays. Some of our preserves are open for hunting. The details about whether a preserve is open for hunting can be found on our Preserves page and the individual preserve pages you can link to from there. Hunters must have prior permission […]

Annual Meeting Recording

What fun! We were happy to see so many members attend our Annual Meeting on Oct. 3 on Zoom. Even though we weren’t able to gather in-person this year, it was great to share some important updates and info with all of you! Watch the recorded presentations here. Featuring: “Keep The Watershed Wild” Watch GRLT […]

Keep the Watershed Wild

Who will protect the wild places in the Georges River Watershed? We will with your support! Our five-year vision, Keep the Watershed Wild, represents the largest initiative in GRLT’s history to meet current challenges and strengthen our organization for the future. Will you join us? Challenges Ahead A booming real estate market A changing climate […]

Events

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Trails & Preserves

Trails and Preserves are open!

A huge part of land trust legacy is dedicated to the notion that some of Maine’s best can be found outside – in the woods, on the water, in the fresh air. One of the big reasons we conserve land in the first place is so there will always be special spots for everyone to […]

It’s Official – The Bobolink Trail is Open!

In 2007 Georges River Land Trust set out to protect the spectacular and well-loved iconic landscape between the Weskeag and St. George Rivers, along Route 131 in South Thomaston, on the road from Thomaston to Port Clyde.

Connecting Community to Town Forests

Have you heard? Fat biking is all the rage! Our Connecting Community to Town Forests initiative is the result of a longstanding working relationship between Georges River Land Trust and the Thomaston Conservation Commission.